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  1. 2014 Grape Winter Damage Survey Report

    Dami, Imed; Lewis, Deborah
    Following the extreme minimum lows experienced in January and February across Ohio, many vineyards were affected and vines sustained extensive bud damage and likely trunk damage depending on the location and the variety grown. The OSU Grape Team conducted a survey by sending a questionnaire on February 6, 2014, to grape and wine producers in Ohio. The purpose of the survey was to gather information on crop loss state-wide, develop research and outreach strategies to assist growers, and timely communication of objective data to state and federal agencies in case it is needed for assistance or disaster relief programs. This...
    - 20-may-2014

  2. Crowdsourcing: Divide the Work and Share the Success

    Britton, Constance J.; Level, Allison V.; Gardner, Melanie A.
    The Agriculture Network Information Collaborative (AgNIC) is a voluntary alliance of members working to provide access to agricultural information over the internet. This paper aims to report on a group effort by AgNIC partners to identify institutional repositories with desirable content for metadata harvesting. Once identified, the metadata is captured through an automated harvest and added to a searchable resource database.
    - 23-abr-2014

  3. Preserving the history of United States agriculture and rural life: state and local literature, 1820-1945; Ohio bibliography

    Britton, Constance J.; Logan, Susan J.
    National Endowment for the Humanities
    (1437697 bytes; application/pdf) - 11-dic-2010

  4. What's Wrong With My Tomatoes? Answering Questions Collaboratively

    Britton, Constance J.; Furbee, Robert; Logan, Susan J.
    Extension educators and librarians share a mission: connecting people with information. Librarians are finding that many customers like to ask questions electronically: via email, web forms, or chat technology. This paper reports on a survey of electronic methods available for customers to direct questions to extension staff from the main Extension website in each state. The presentation includes examples of the extension web pages, summarizes the opportunities to ask questions, characterizes the availability of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and reports on evidence of collaboration with librarians. Also included is a case study of cooperation between the OSU Food, Agricultural, and...
    (34528 bytes; 1792092 bytes; application/pdf; application/pdf) - 23-abr-2014

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